The Johnson family cemetery on the ranch near Stonewall. The Pedernales River flows gently in the background.
Lyndon Baines Johnson died on January 23, 1973, and his body was laid to rest on January 25.
A black antelope on the north bank of the Pedernales River.
The Western White House is where LBJ could relax and get his mind off the pressing issues the nation faced during his presidency (1963-69). But it was also the place where he invited many of his advisors and conducted much business.
Lady Bird Johnson divides her time between Austin and this house.
Lyndon Johnson loved to drive around the ranch in his white Lincoln Continental.
LBJ liked to take guests around the ranch in this special vehicle, which is amphibious -- but they didn't know that. A practical jokester, he would speed up as he approached water, yelling, "My breaks are out! My breaks are out!" He watched a good number of people panic.
Home on the range. The Hereford cattle on the ranch today are all descended from the cattle LBJ owned when alive.